If you’re dreaming of a sunny French wedding, then don’t miss this fantastic special offer from Chateau de Fayolle in the Dordogne region of France. This 17th Century fairytale chateau is owned by the lovely Janet and Gerry de Bathe, who would be delighted to welcome you and your guests to their beautiful home, which includes a private chapel, gardens and natural salt water swimming pool.
For those of you looking for somewhere that is more eco-friendly, you’ll be sound in the knowledge that Janet and Gerry run Chateau de Fayolle with an eco-friendly approach, from the salt water pool and eco light bulbs, to a carbon neutral wood heating system and furnishing and decorating the chateau with flea market finds.
Pippins is a romantic self-catering cottage set amongst the lavender fields and vineyards in Hungary. This pretty honeymoon bolthole has whitewashed wooden clad walls, a private terrace and pool, and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside.
The cottage is set out in an open-plan style with a separate bathroom, and in the winter months you can snuggle up in front of a crackling woodstove. In the summer Pippins runs 95% on energy produced by the PV panels located on the cottage roof, and in winter its heating and hot water are produced by the log fire.
I am pretty addicted to Etsy as it is so full of beautiful and unusual finds, and I’m currently in the midst of buying most of my Christmas presents from Etsy sellers. This romantic alternative to a fresh floral bouquet is handmade from recycled fabrics and embellished with old world finds.
Each fabric flower bouquet is custom made, so you can choose the colours and beadwork you’d like, and they come in a variety of sizes. Ideal for the bride who wants a keepsake to treasure long after her wedding. These bouquets are handmade by the incredibly talented Etsy seller Cultivar.
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